Bonnie and Clyde—The BeginningGraphic Novel Edition
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About the Book
This graphic novel tracks the first year of Bonnie and Clyde’s extraordinary crime spree. Beginning in April 1932 in Texas, an accelerating path of robberies and shoot-outs made the duo infamous. These pages reveal what drove Clyde Barrow to become so hardened, unrepentant and relentlessly violent. And what drove Bonnie, repeatedly, in spite of her best interest, to Clyde’s side. Culminating in April 1933 in Missouri, the scene fades with the shoot-out that left a detective and police chief dead and Bonnie and Clyde at the brink of national notoriety.
About the Author(s)
Gary Jeffrey is a writer and designer of children’s nonfiction comic books. He has published more than 75 books and lives in the United Kingdom.
Written and Illustrated by Gary Jeffrey
Format: softcover (7 x 10), graphic novel
Bibliographic Info: black & white illustrations
Copyright Date: 2014
Book Reviews & Awards
“Showing the nonglamorous side of living outside the law, Jeffrey’s chronicle serves as a compelling counterweight to myths of Bonnie and Clyde as attractive and successful criminals. A sure bet for true crime buffs and students of Depression–era history”—Library Journal